The Pie is a Utah institution known for their loaded pizzas that hit the spot when you need that comfort food pickup. The Pie has locations all over the valley, they deliver, they’re open seven days a week, pour beer, and offer pizzas piled high with toppings and cheese. When you need it, you need it.
Bricks Corner offers Detroit-style pizza – think deep dish pan pizza like Chicago-style and you’re in the right ballpark. Bricks might be your next favorite neighborhood hangout spot too – offering a full bar, cool patio and fun space.
1465 S 700 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
This tiny pizza shop is a blink and you’ll miss it spot in the trendy 9th and 9th area. What the menu lacks in size more than makes up for in quality; the modest menu is a hand-curated and crafted collection of artisan pies with local and seasonal ingredients.
925 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Hailing from Vegas, Settebello was one of the first restaurant’s in town to specialize in quality Neapolitan style pizza – thin crust pies with perfect toppings. The restaurant in downtown SLC remains one go the very best pizza shops in town, still slinging quality thin crust pizza, year after year.
260 S 200 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Who has the biggest pizza in Utah
With three locations, Firehouse has the biggest we know of clocking in at an insane 36″. That’s apparently equivalent to five large pizzas. Firehouse charge $50 for the monster pizza with extra toppings $10. The company also let guests undertake some fun customization stating, “Choose a different topping or specialty pizza for each quarter”
The following other companies offer larger pies too. Prices listed are for the simplest pie we could find, expect to pay more for other premium topped mega pies:
- Salt City Pizza Co – 28″ Jumbo from $25.99 (cheese)
- Bear Lake Pizza Co – 28″ Old Ephraim from $51.99 (cheese)
- Big Daddy’s Pizza – 26″ from $32.00 (pepperoni)
- Tenney’s Pizza – 24″ Beast from $30.00 (cheese / pepperoni)
- The Pie – 23″ Giant from $31.99 (cheese)
Who did we miss?
If you think we’re missing a really great addition to this list, please email us at email@example.com – we’d love to hear from you. Let us know who you think should be on this list and why. If you have a really great picture of one of more dishes, please send that too! We’re always excited to check our more businesses!
Hi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC; I’m also a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune. I’ve worked extensively with multiple local publications from Visit Salt Lake to Salt Lake Magazine, not least helped to consult on national TV shows.
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